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  • I agree, the first thing I thought of also was fabric, have you thought about entering a Spoonflower competition with your new skills!

    Really nice!

  • I love the logo and I can almost smell the creamy crispness that is a delish coffee shop! YUM!! I’m really diggin’ the little hearts too! I know I’ve said it before, but seeing assignments from your classes really makes me want to head back to school!! Mah-valous dah-ling!

  • Wow! I’m super impressed. I’m muddling through learning Illustrator… you have done a great job!

    Jennifer 🙂

  • Hi Terri! You see we all were thinking that there you have your first fabrics! Great work and the logo is good!
    I’m happy to see that you enjoy your class! xxx Teje

  • You did an awesome job! And I’m jealous — your class assignments look much more like what I wish I were getting to do in class! This looks like you were building a line of fabrics. 🙂

  • Fabulous! I may have to search out a class like this at the local community college. I SOOOO want to learn some graphic design. I need a logo myself.

    I especially like how your coffee swirl looks like a pine tree – prefect for a barista camp!

  • I want this in a fabric line please. Great Great Great. You once again impressed me. Keep it up. Love it!!!

  • Yes, I’m with the other girls – these need to be made into a fabric line – I love the repeating words and the hearts. Your camp logo is brilliant. So when will they be hitting your etsy shop pray tell 🙂

  • Awesome job Terri! Looks like fabric to me also.

  • I’m seeing some fabric designs in your future! Do you use a tablet to do these? Fantastic job!

  • Okay, here’s what I think: One of these days I’m going to be cutting YOUR name off the selvage edge and doing something fun with it!!

  • These are so great Terri!
    I saw the photos before I read and was thinking how much I needed that fabric…especially the coffee text one. 🙂
    I can’t wait to see what you come up with next and hopefully you will start selling soon.

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